Rapid City School Worker Accused of Child Sex Crimes
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A female paraprofessional at Rapid City High School has been fired and arrested for allegedly having an illegal relationship with two male students.
The 39-year-old woman was arrested late Tuesday on charges of soliciting a minor and disseminating harmful material to a minor. It was not immediately clear if she had been formally charged, or if she had obtained an attorney.
The woman was fired Monday from Rapid City High School, which is an alternative school. School system Superintendent Tim Mitchell said in a statement Tuesday that the system "will not tolerate behaviors that compromise the safety of our children."
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